Factory Of Dreams To Appear On “Gothic Visions II” Compilation

July 7th, 2010
by EvilG
Gothic Visions II

Gothic Visions II

Portuguese/Swedish Prog Goth metal act Factory of Dreams has issued the following announcement about contributing a track to the upcoming “Gothic Visions Volume II” compilation:

“Factory of Dreams are proud to announce that they’ll be part of Gothic Visions Volume II (CD + DVD) with both a song and video clip. So, grab your hands on this fab compilation this October! After last year’s first release of the Gothic Visions CD + DVD Special Edition compilation Echozone will release the second one in October of this year. The Gothic Visions is produced in cooperation with the underground magazine Crawling Tunes and other media partners.

“The release will be fully promoted within the campaigns starting from August to November of 2010 and will be featured in advertisements, reviews plus featured on online radio and TV shows. The new edition includes a full packed audio CD, a DVD with more than three hours of music plus more than three hours of video clips, live performances, gothic visuals, etc.”

The currently announced line up for the compilation is as follows:

Merciful Nuns
Wayne Hussey
House Of Usher
Born For Bliss
Whispers In The Shadow
Leichenwetter
Deathcamp Project
Dr.Arthur Krause
The Daughters Of Bristol
Beautiful Sadness
Factory Of Dreams
Tunes Of Dawn
Minim
Blood
Eisblume
Lilith
Verney 1826
XMH
Vlad In Tears
Stier
New Risen
Reactive Black
Traumtaenzer
In Viro
Mist Of Avalon
Mystigma
Saints Of Ruin
White Pulp
Vets Insanity
Elafynoh
Vitam Venturi
Descendants Of Cain
Place4Tears
Andreas Gross
DIE!
Downstairs Left
Denight
Golden Apes
Lost Area
White Rose Transmission
Mob Research
Dead Guitars

More news can be found @
http://www.myspace.com/projectcreation
http://www.myspace.com/gothicvisionsdvd

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